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Destiny in Space (IMAX)

Roberta L. Bondar^Eric Dejong^Ronald J. Grabe , Ben Burtt^Phyllis Ferguson    Unrated   DVD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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Destiny in Space (DVD)

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Destiny in Space is a tribute to the spirit of our continuing exploration of the solar system. Board a satellite in space to look back upon the shuttle orbiting Earth. Join astronauts to deploy and repair the Hubble Telescope. Travel millions of miles to soar above the remarkable contours of Venus and Mars. Finally, find astonishing proof of new planets, and with them the possibility of other life forming around distant stars.

Destiny in Space was filmed in the IMAX format and exhibited in IMAX theaters worldwide. This video version is digitally mastered from original 70mm film elements with the sound components specially mixed and mastered to produce the highest uality Dolby Surround soundtrack.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Destiny in Space Nov. 26 2004
The film is good and worth having to remind you of the wonder of space travel. Would not recommend watching it on a small screen TV with weak speakers because this movie is meant to be BIG.
Without the size all you're left with is an above average documentary about space.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Like taking the space shuttle Jan. 24 2002
This amazing dvd has one of the crispiest images I've ever seen. Filmed using IMAX cameras, only the digital media of the dvd can truly live up to it. Through more than 50 minutes, the apacible music and the soothing voice of Leonard Nemoy's take you trhough a journey of the metaphisical. Learn how the Space Shuttle deploys satellites, what it may take for us to go to other planets, or simply relax and hold your breath at the many sights of earth from 400 KM above ground. If you are into space, this one is a must!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Only 37 Minutes Long June 24 2004
This movie is alright. That's it. Just okay. Mediocre. Because of all of the glowing reviews I thought it would be better, so I guess because of my expectations I was let down. I've been looking for a really good movie that shows footage of space and the planets that I could play through my projector at 12 foot wide. But alas, all I continue to get are 20 minutes of astronauts working out or floating around in zero gravity and 10 minutes of footage in space. If anyone has any suggestions for some jaw dropping planetary footage on DVD, please, by all means, let me know. I don't care if it's actual footage or computer generated (as long as it's up to date graphics).
Three stars is fair for this video, but I wouldn't pay over ten dollars for it. This is way over priced for 37 minutes. It's like charging $20,000 dollars for a couple of bolts for the space shuttle. Ridiculous. I'm glad they've started to privatize space flight, maybe we'll actually see some real progress in the field of space exploration. Since NASA doesn't seem to be making any.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Huntsville U.S. Space & Rocket Center Aug. 3 2001
By J. Via
Wow! I saw this video for the first time in the IMAX at the Huntsville U.S Space & Rocket center. This video gives you a whole new perspective to space flight. I felt as though I was going to literally float out of my chair. And, there is an added bonus of having an excellent narratation from Leonard Nimoy. A must buy!
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